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Secure In-Vehicle Rackmount for EMS & Mobile Command Centers
Logic Supply, a leading provider of specialized systems for industrial and embedded applications, is happy to announce the release of the LGX MK100 1U Automotive Rackmount Case. Designed with broadcasters and emergency medical service providers in mind, this rackmount case is built to be compact and adaptable to a variety of in-vehicle settings. Its durability and world power compatibility make this the perfect unit for mobile applications, including mobile command centers.
- CONSTRUCTION: Designed for immediate strength and long-lasting reliability, the MK100 is constructed of high-quality, conductive, folded, nickel-plated steel that protects against electromagnetic and radio frequency interference.
- COOLING: To enhance longevity, the case comes equipped with dual 40 mm long-life MagLev fans to provide plenty of airflow across even high-power Core i solutions. Moreover, unique LGX fan mufflers ensure quiet operation and optimize airflow, while also improving reliability by reducing strain on the fans.
- CUSTOMIZATION: On top of its inherent solidity, the MK100’s modular design allows for easy customization, with faceplate options including any combination of the following: four 2.5” drive hot-swap bays; an LCD panel with multi-function buttons; and a slimline optical drive. Backplate I/O panels can also be customized to fit the specific needs of any project, and there are mounting options for any installation.
- IN-VEHICLE POWER: World automotive power compatibility allows for a range of intelligent automotive power supplies.
“Internally, we refer to the MK100 as the last 1U rackmount you’ll ever need,” says Chris Hovious, Product Manager at Logic Supply. “Simply put, this is the single most versatile rackmount case I’ve ever seen. I’m very excited to offer it to the mobile command center market, and to work with customers therein to mold it to the nuances of their project.”
- Product Profiles /9-1-1magazine.com (via Logic Supply, 5/10/13)